Author: John Legendoffzelda The big grudge held against advergames has been about compromising the integrity of a video game by introducing a specific consumer product to its concept, although having a game serve as a commercial isn’t bad in of itself. What’s key about this negative reaction is that the … Continue reading
As far as video game prototypes go their arrival online in a playable form is usually thanks to community efforts and generous individuals. On the rare occasion though, developers who have worked on long lost titles occasionally surface to showcase their efforts – with the latest being the team behind the unreleased Sony PlayStation Portable […]
If you’ve been patiently awaiting a new dose of Retro Gamer after our monumental 150th issue, wait no longer – issue 151 is on shelves now! You can check out a video preview of the issue above. This hard-hitting issue is headlined by a feature on the legacy of Street Fighter II, the game which […]
If you’re still unable to get past the wonderful days of Sensible World Of Soccer, then rejoice – the Sensible Soccer World Cup 2016 details have been announced. The event will take place in Almelo, Netherlands on August 20th-21st, with competition on both the PC and Amiga versions of Sensible World Of Soccer. The top […]
We don’t have to tell you that there’s nothing like the nostalgia of a classic console. That’s why we’ve collected all the best of retro gaming hardware and put them in the new version of Videogames Hardware Handbook, chronicling the best of gaming between 1972 and 1999, from the ZX Spectrum to the Super Nintendo. […]
The Video Games Market is back for its 3rd year and this time bigger and better! Paul sits down with RetroCollect’s very own Adam Buchanan to discuss the stalls, what to expect and more. Give the interview a listen and make sure you get along!
In 1988 Konami stormed the arcades with their highly anticipated follow up to Gradius. Despite being a fairly prominent release, this fantastic horizontal shooter only made its way onto the Nintendo Famicom, Sharp X68000 and PC Engine CD, all of which remaining as Japanese exclusives. Sega Mega Drive owners, however, may soon be sampling this […]
Revolution Software has reached its 25th anniversary, and has gone all out in announcing a special box set to commemorate the occasion. Revolution: The 25th Anniversary Collection contains all of the company’s original games to date, as well as Broken Sword and Beneath A Steel Sky comics, an audio CD, a Broken Sword USB stick […]